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Vietnam's Religious Law: Testing the Faithful
January 12, 2017

Vietnam's Religious Law: Testing the Faithful

By Luke Hunt
Vietnam's new Law on Belief and Religion sparks worry about freedom of religion in the communist country.
Vietnam: Can the Communist Party Keep Up With Market Reforms?
October 28, 2016

Vietnam: Can the Communist Party Keep Up With Market Reforms?

By Anton Tsvetov
Is the Communist Party ready to face political consequences of Vietnam's economic transformation?

Vietnam and China: A Delicate Balancing Act
September 16, 2016

Vietnam and China: A Delicate Balancing Act

By Nicholas Chapman
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc's first visit to China hints at Hanoi's constraints in approaching its giant neighbor.

Vietnam Is Changing... And So Is the Balance of Power in Asia
October 02, 2015

Vietnam Is Changing... And So Is the Balance of Power in Asia

By Carl Thayer
All signs point to intense internal debate on leadership and foreign policy.

2015 Challenges for the Communist Party of Vietnam
February 01, 2015

2015 Challenges for the Communist Party of Vietnam

By Truong-Minh Vu
The recent plenum was revealing as to the future direction the party will take.
Vietnam's Ticking Debt Bomb
August 19, 2014

Vietnam's Ticking Debt Bomb

By Elisabeth Rosen
For Vietnam, the debt problem serves as a reminder that the state should have limited influence in business.

Leading the Way: Vietnam’s Push for Gay Rights
April 18, 2014

Leading the Way: Vietnam’s Push for Gay Rights

By David Mann
Is one of Asia’s most repressive states paving the way for gay marriage?
Time for Serious Approach to Vietnam Human Rights
December 13, 2013

Time for Serious Approach to Vietnam Human Rights

By Jared Genser and Greg McGillivary
Secretary of State John Kerry should use his trip to Vietnam to prompt Hanoi to improve its human rights performance.

Vietnam’s Disappointing New Constitution
November 10, 2013

Vietnam’s Disappointing New Constitution

The new constitution promises more of the same. It’s time for the public to make their voices heard.

Vietnamese Officials to Face No Confidence Votes
November 24, 2012

Vietnamese Officials to Face No Confidence Votes

The new law aims to introduce greater accountability in a system often seen as anachronistic in the 21st century.

Vietnam Shakes Up US Diplomacy
January 11, 2011

Vietnam Shakes Up US Diplomacy

A US diplomat is reportedly assaulted in Vietnam over a meeting with a dissident. It’s likely part of a wider crackdown.

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